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Dr Antonio Silva

Antonio is the Head of Integration and Social Cohesion. Since joining BIT in 2013, Antonio has worked on a range of policy areas, including education, loneliness and crime. He designed one of the world's first robust evaluations of counter-radicalisation programmes and is currently leading the design of large scale interventions…

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Dr Alex Gyani

Alex is the Director of Research and Methodology for APAC at the Behavioural Insights Team. He has been based in Sydney since 2014 and oversees the team’s research and evaluation work across Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. Since joining the team in 2012, he has worked in a diverse set…

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Dr Stewart Kettle

Stewart is a Principal Advisor, co-leading BIT’s international programmes from the London office. His work has focused on the application of behavioural insights to public policy with international organisations and foreign governments. Stewart has managed a number of high-profile trials for the team including interventions that doubled adherence to TB…

  • Blog
  • 29th May 2014

BIT first trial in Latin America goes live!

As part of a new partnership with the World Bank, we launched our first trial in Latin America this week.Working closely with the Guatemalan tax authority - Superintendencia Administracion Tributaria (SAT) - our Head of International Development, Simon Ruda, and Assistant Advisor Stewart Kettle spent time in Guatemala setting up…

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Ed Bradon

Ed is the leader of our Home Affairs, Security and International Development practice. Since joining the team in London in 2014, Ed has worked to establish the international footprint of behavioural insights, first as a founding member of our first overseas office in Sydney, Australia, and then across the Asia-Pacific…

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Behavioural insights and tuberculosis

  • Blog
  • 22nd Dec 2014

Results from BIT tax trial in Guatemala

Quizás recuerde haber leído una publicación en mayo que anunciaba el lanzamiento de nuestros primeros ensayos controlados aleatorios en América Latina, en asociación con el Banco Mundial. Ahora tenemos resultados. El ensayo probó cartas recordatorias rediseñadas para los contribuyentes guatemaltecos que no habían declarado su impuesto sobre la renta a…

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  • Blog
  • 22nd Dec 2014

Results from BIT tax trial in Guatemala

You might remember reading a blog post back in May that announced the launch of our first randomised controlled trials in Latin America, in partnership with the World Bank. We now have results. The trial tested redesigned reminder letters to Guatemalan taxpayers who had failed to declare their income tax…

Also available in: Español

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  • 30th Jan 2015

The Global Spread of Behavioural Insights: Conditions for Success of a Central Unit

Last Friday, our CEO (David Halpern) and Managing Director (Owain Service) attended a big OECD conference on the use of behavioural insights in policy. David co-chaired the event, and Owain led a session on mainstreaming behavioural insights in to government institutions.With delegations flying in from across the globe, it was…

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Monica Wills Silva

Monica is the Director of International Programmes for BIT EMEA. Since joining the team in 2015, she has worked with a broad range of partners including charities and international organisation (the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, UNDP, UNICEF, CIFF), the UK government (Department For International Development, the Foreign and…